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    #209 – Amazon Confirms Prime Day 2022

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    Amazon Confirms Prime Day. In previous years, Prime Day was typically held in mid-July, but the two-day shopping event was delayed to October in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Last year, Amazon held its earliest Prime Day ever on June 21-22. Amazon on Thursday confirmed that this year’s Prime Day shopping event will take place in. cnet.com

    Payability helps Amazon sellers take their businesses to the next level. Get fast funding to improve cashflow, reinvest back in your business, and grow faster than the competition. And rest easy knowing you’ll have cash on hand from sales the day after shipping. Now serving Amazon sellers with $10k+ monthly sales. Get funded by the next business day. payability.com

    Are you ready for Prime Day? Learn how to leverage the biggest sales event of the year in this May 10th panel featuring Tinuiti, eComEngine, Salsify, and SellerApp. You’ll discover how to use new Amazon features to grow your sales and brand awareness. Plus, find out which KPIs to monitor to determine your Prime Day success. Register now! tinuiti.com

    Amazon’s DTC Master Plan. Amazon is attempting to build yet another flywheel to get direct-to-consumer (DTC) brands to offload storage, delivery, and returns to Amazon with a new service, Buy with Prime. marketplacepulse.com

    Instagram Opens Product Tagging to All U.S. Users. Instagram announced last week that product tagging in Feed posts will be available to all users in the US. Before this change, only Instagram creators could tag products from businesses in their posts. Now, all U.S. users will be able to tag products from companies that are set up for Instagram Shopping. adleaks.com

    Sales Growth Strategies

    Amazon released a new videos on tips and best practices for handling seller-fulfilled orders. When handling fulfillment yourself as an Amazon seller, it’s important to provide a great customer experience and understand relevant Amazon policies. You can watch the seller fulfillment best practices video 6 on Seller University, which gives you tips for delivering a great customer experience. sellercentral.amazon.com

    Promote Your Brand on Social Media During Prime Day 2022 – Just $10 a day. Are you ready to promote your Brand during Prime Day 2022? The biggest bottleneck Amazon Sellers face is getting social media creatives for their Brands. To succeed on Instagram & Facebook you need to post 5-10 fresh creatives per week. Don’t be left behind during Prime Day 2022, start building your brand on Social Media with just $10 a day. remotepik.com

    Instagram Collab Post: Grow your Instagram Account Faster then Ever. In this article, we’ll help you learn how to use Instagram Collab post. In this post, we show you how to use the Instagram Collab feature, how it could benefit you, and how you can use it to your advantage creatively. Let’s get started. cruxfinder.com

    Is TikTok Really The Place To Market Your Amazon Product? Considering TikTok marketing for your Amazon brand? Learn how to make the most of this new social network marketing technique. helium10.com

    eCommerce Trends

    How Proper Planning Positioned These Sellers for a $12,000,000 Exit. No matter where you’re at in your digital journey—just starting out, scaling your business, or getting ready to exit—you’re probably wondering about the structure of an eight-figure business. empireflippers.com

    How Much Do Amazon FBA Sellers Make Each Year? When I first started selling on Amazon, I had no idea how much money I could actually make. I was just looking for a way to supplement my income and maybe make a little extra cash on the side. But as it turns out, there are quite a few people who are making a full-time living off of selling on Amazon! In fact, some sellers have even made over $1 million in sales! So how much do Amazon FBA sellers make? flippa.com

    Amazon Has Marked My Product as a Pesticide – What Do I Do? Over the last few years, we have kept a close eye on the way Amazon flags its products for pesticides and other harmful chemicals. Lately, many of our clients have noticed that their product listings were reviewed and rejected during the first days of the new month when Amazon is set to review listings. junglescout.com

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